David Beckham gets his kit off for H&M
We don't talk menswear very often on Catwalk Queen, but when we saw these pics of David Beckham in very little clothing, we had to make an exception.
We told you back in July that David had signed a deal with H&M to produce underwear, and now H&M have released images of the man himself modelling items from the 9-piece men's bodywear collection.
"Collectively with my design team we spent time working on the feel, fit and style to ensure the product is not only something I would wear but one which I would be proud to put my name to" he said of the range, which features boxer shorts, vests and loungewear.
It's hardly a collection that pushes the envelope - but no doubt H&M (and David) know basics like this will sell. And though this is his first bodywear collection, Beckham's hardly a stranger to the fashion industry. As well as topping various best-dressed lists in the past, he previously put his name to the DB07 range at Marks and Spencer and modelled underwear for Armani, and he's probably been getting plenty of tips from his fashion designer wife, Victoria.
The undies (which start at £9.99) all feature a David Beckham Bodywear for H&M label with a logo designed by Alastair Willis (aka Mr Stella McCartney).
The collection will hit H&M stores on February 2. It'll also be available online.